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THE JONES EFFECT
DP Jermaine Jones makes Revolution a better team -- and they know it
Jermaine Jones has emerged as a leader for the Revolution, both onfield and off.
Jermaine Jones has emerged as a leader for the Revolution, both onfield and off.
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“Raymond Shaw is the kindest, warmest, bravest, most wonderful human being I've ever known in my life” So declares each member of the brainwashed US Marines platoon about their staff sergeant in The Manchurian Candidate, though we all know it’s just a cunning mind game and that the aloof Shaw and his devious handlers are up to no good. It’s hard not to imagine a similar conspiracy at work when week after week, with robot-like consistency, each and every member of the New England Revolution repeats the same monotonous refrain in praise of Jermaine Jones. Complete story
SOME RETIRING THOUGHTS
Revs' Joseph mulls hanging them up
Shalrie Joseph: "I'm going to have to take look in the mirror after the year and what's next and if I can continue." The end is near for Shalrie Joseph.

He just doesn't know if it will be this season or next.

The veteran New England Revolution defensive midfielder is contemplating retirement from the game he loves.
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TOO MUCH UCLA
Harvard falls to No. 1, 7-0, in NCAA
LOS ANGELES – Harvard women's team – tasked with facing the No. 1 team and defending national champion in the second round of the NCAA Tournament – fell to UCLA at Drake Stadium, 7-0. Complete story
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OFFSIDE REMARKS
USA women head and shoulders above CONCACAF foes, but they must rise to the occasion at WWC
CHESTER, Pa. -- If anyone had any doubts, the United States women reminded everyone that they were head and shoulders over any of their foes in CONCACAF Sunday night, literally and figuratively.
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CUTTONE'S CONCEPTS
With bland logo, MLS is a blank slate
In unveiling a new logo on Thursday, part of the launch of a new version of a video game, Major League Soccer hopes to connect with its core audience, millennials.
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BARCA IN BOSTON
Summer camp offers specialized training

Barcelona brings it soccer camp to Boston this summer. Barcelona is bringing their training methods to Boston this summer, with Summerfuel's Official FC Barcelona Soccer Camp.

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SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Virginia's Doniak Is Women's College Player of the Week

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UNC's Andy Craven is Men's College Player of the Week

MEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Providence's Dominik Machado

MEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR
25 nominated for Soccer News Net College Boot

FRIARS BLANK DARTMOUTH
Machado scores 2, Steeves 1 in 3-0 triumph

QUICK STRIKES BRING DOWN BIG GREEN
Providence scores 3-0 NCAA win over Dartmouth

TOO MUCH UCLA
Harvard falls to No. 1, 7-0, in NCAA

EARLY GOAL TOO MUCH FOR UCONN
Penn State scores in 7th minute and holds on for next 83

NORTHEASTERN OUT OF NCAA
Huskies fall at No. 2 Florida State

SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Clemson's Amirkhanian is Men's Player of the Week

BEST OF NEW ENGLAND
Three nominated for New England Soccer News Women's College Player of the Year

SOCCER NEWS NET SALUTE
Virginia's Morgan Brian is Women's College Player Of The Week

ADELABU SENDS DARTMOUTH INTO ROUND 2
Late game-winner clinches 2-1 win over Fordham

RILEY NAMED IVY'S TOP COACH
Three Big Green players first-team all-league choices

HARVARD'S ASHBY, BROWN GET IVY HONORS
Crimson lead alll-Ivy with four first-teammers

WOMEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Harvard's Dani Stollar

MEN'S COLLEGE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Providence's Markus Naglestad

PROVIDENCE HAS BYE TO ROUND 2 OF NCAA
Friars will host Dartmouth-Fordham winner

NCAA REMATCH FOR BIG GREEN, FORDHAM
Dartmouth won meeting in September

LATE SCORE SENDS PROVIDENCE TO TOP OF BIG EAST
Neustadter goal at 81 minutes beats Xavier, 2-1

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